Meet Plato. He came into the West Valley Animal shelter in November 2019 as a stray. He was microchipped and his owner was contacted. Hoping for an amazing reunion, the owners told the shelter that they no longer wanted him. He was blind in both eyes, was severely matted and skinny. Both of his eyes needed to be removed due to infection and neglect.

He struggled to recover from all of the neglect, but then someone fell in love with him. He needed a quite place to rest and recover and she was able to give him exactly what he needed. He is now a happy little fella.

About LAP Rescue Program

We work with first responders and humane organizations during a disaster to provide animal care to injured and displaced pets and their owners. We also aid under served and homeless individuals with pets to ensure that no animal is surrendered to a shelter for financial need.